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What are the latest H-1B visa changes? | TECH(talk)

The controversial H-1B visa program is seeing some changes that could smooth the visa application process – and proposed changes that could make it more restrictive. Here's what's going on.

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Facebook faces billions in potential fines | TECH(feed)

Amidst a slew of user data mishandlings, Facebook could be faced with billions of dollars of fines from regulatory bodies across the globe. But how much would a few billion dollars actually affect the company? On this episode of...

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Gartner: IT spending to drop due to falling equipment prices

For once, the trends are in the favor of customers as IT equipment gets cheaper.

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No, drone delivery still isn’t ready for prime time

Despite incremental progress and limited regulatory approval in the U.S. and Australia, drone delivery still isn’t a viable option in the vast majority of use cases.

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'Fiber-in-air' 5G network research gets funding

A consortium of tech companies and universities plan to aggressively investigate the exploitation of D-Band to develop a new variant of 5G infrastructure.

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Tesla's slow start to 2019, Facebook's password problem | TECH(feed)

Facebook has disclosed another security scandal, but what does that mean for users? Plus, another governing body is balking at U.S. anti-Huawei claims, and data on new car registrations could suggest slowing sales for Tesla. All that...

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World's fastest supercomputer, Facebook's alleged cryptocurrency | TECH(feed)

The U.S. government is planning to build the world's fastest supercomputer, Google is slapped with a fine by the European Union and reports of a Facebook cryptocurrency could mean big things for cross-border payments.

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Brexit's impact on data privacy, sharing and regulations for businesses worldwide | TECH(talk)

How will the impending Brexit decision impact data privacy, sharing and regulations? IDG U.S. and U.K. Editorial director Matt Egan talks with TECH(talk) hosts Ken Mingis and Juliet Beauchamp about the March 29 deadline -- the...

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RSA Conference tips and predictions | TECH(talk)

What should you expect at this year's RSA Conference? Security reporter J.M. Porup and TECH(talk) host Juliet Beauchamp talk about the hot topics and sessions to look for at the March 4 to 8 gathering in San Francisco.

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Dell CTO talks modern data centers, the edge, and digital disruption

The data center isn't disappearing. Instead, it is being repurposed and some of its tasks are moving to the edge, says Dell CTO Robert Hormuth.

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Intel promotes Swan to CEO, bumps off Itanium, and eyes Mellanox

Intel announced the promotion of CFO Bob Swan to CEO, ending a seven-month search, set a deadline for the life of its Itanium processor, and is looking to buy Mellanox.

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What's ahead for cybersecurity in 2019: TECH(talk)

J.M. Porup, senior writer at CSO online, joins Juliet on this week's episode of TECH(talk) to discuss trends in ransomware, IoT security and enterprise cybersecurity roles.

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Why is Intel without a CEO after seven months?

Intel is executing fairly well for a company that doesn't have a leader, but this can’t go on forever.

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CIO Leadership Live with Joseph Spagnoletti, CIO at US LBM | Ep 19

In this episode, host Maryfran Johnson talks with Joseph Spagnoletti, CIO at US LBM, about IT innovation and digital transformation.

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Why does Mellanox have four potential suitors?

Microsoft, Xilinx, Intel, and Broadcom are all reportedly interested in acquiring network chip maker Mellanox.

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Open-source containers move toward high-performance computing

Thanks to the efforts of Sylabs, open-source containers are starting to focus on high-performance computing—providing new ways of working for enterprise IT organizations.

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How Java has stood the test of time

Java has been one of the top two programming languages for the past 10 years. How has it stood the test of time? Good design and continuous innovation have a lot to do with it.

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CIO Leadership Live with Elizabeth Hackenson, CIO at Schneider Electric | Ep 18

In this episode, host Maryfran Johnson talks with Elizabeth Hackenson, CIO at Schneider Electric, about talent acquisition, Schneider Electric's new capabilities on mobile devices, and the value of having a "healthy paranoia" about...

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